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ground law. for reaction to the trayvon case we're joined from chicago by gary indiana mare, guarantee man-wilson. she served as the attorney general of indiana a state that has a stand your ground law. welcome into the war room, mayor. >> thank you governor. >> so glad to have you here. i wanted to get to the stand your ground issues, but i know you have seen the video of george zimmerman taken into custody or at least in the sanford police department. what's your reaction. >> i to have tell you that i'm not at all surprised after hearing the audio of the last moments of trayvon's life, i did not expect to see any injuries on george zimmerman and that video simply bears that out. i think it impeaches his story and as the old adage goes, a picture speaks a thousand words. >> for sure. for sure. we were both attorneys general. if i saw that video and had the testimony of the homicide detective who recommended that he be charged with manslaughter, i just do not understand to this moment why george zimmerman is not arrested. >> i have to join that. and the prosecution of zimmerman would h
expectation down state when you get to virtual indiana? >> absolutely right. when you look at interstate 80, the suburbs of chicago, a little farther out romney should roll up the numbers there but everything below interstate 80 is santorum country. the key challenge for santorum is because delegates are rewarded by district, can he make up enough in terms of the congressional districts in the southern part of the state to make it competitive in the delegate map where romney is expected to sweep in the counties around chicago. >> not in four counties, can he possibly make enough to come out for this not to be a disastrous night for him? he got 15 delegates awarded in the state convention in june, but if you're not eligible for 10 of those you're not going to do well even if you take 15. >> that's right. the santorum campaign thinks a good night for them, if they can get totally maybe 35, they would be thrilled. again, they feel feel like they've got a plan for being able to go after the delegates awarded on a state basis but again you look at the number of delegates that santorum has availa
going to run for the congressional two seat. toyed give it consideration, which i did. in the indiana it was a decision i had to make in consultation with my doctor and my family. this is a huge decision for all of us, certainly from my family. and last weekend on saturday and sunday we got together, and the decision was that they would support me running and i declared my candidacy on monday. >> was there conversations with congressman giffords and mark kelly. >> yes, they had both asked me to run for both seats. i ran as i indicated for the congressional district eight. then later they encouraged me to run for congressional districts two. i have their support and i'm glad of that. >> you still have fatigue and ptsd oh symptoms which would be expected with such nearness to the event chronologically. how are you feeling now? >> i feel really well. not only in terms of ptsd but physically. i have to check myself out closely before i even announced the first race. i wanted to make sure that i had the stamina and the stability in every way to get the job done. my doctor and i met and loo
are not going to let these jobs go on a slow boat to china on the internet to indiana or on a fast -- india or a fast track to mexico. >> the notion that it was the only way to save the industry. it didn't happen in the airline industry. >> the airline industry wasn't facing liquidation. we will be right back, though, with this discussion with tom del bacarra, chairman of the republican party in california. >> california republican party, we were right in the middle of a discussion about the policies that these candidates could take on to actually create jobs in america. and tom, i do want to ask you about this in all seriousness. i know we both can deinvolve devolve to talking points. but how to create jobs when we are in a global economy and when we have economic conmpetitors like china like jamiegermany, like russia, like india who are actively interveneing in their markets to be able to get jobs and to get our jobs, who are aggressive about going after it, and the idea of relying upon old economic theory, which was very valid maybe in the last century or $0.02
states. and we are not going to let these jobs go on a slow boat to china on the internet to indiana or on a fast -- india or a fast track to mexico. >> the notion that it was the only way to save the industry. it didn't happen in the airline industry. >> the airline industry wasn't facing liquidation. we will be right back, though, with this discussion with tom ♪ ♪ >> we were in the middle a discussion about the policies that the these candidates could take onto actually create jobs in herring. and, tomamerica, i want to ask you about this all seriousness, we can dissolve to talking points. how do you create jobs in the united states when we are in a global economy. when you have economic competitors like china, germany, like russia, like i india who are actively intervening in their markets to be able to get jobs and to get our jobs, who are aggressive about going after it, and the idea of relying upon our economic theory which was very valid in the last century or two, hands off trickle down, but the world has changed because
martin. >> end of story. >> warren in indiana, you're on "the stephanie miller show," hi, warren. >> what's happening, steph? >> hmm, hmm, hmm, just you baby. >> you're completely gorgeous, we spill love all over you. >> my goodness, that sounds messy. all right. >> and, as a matter of fact, my singing group wants to be the official singing group of "the stephanie miller show." >> wow. ring it. all right, warren, go ahead. >> listen, i'm a police officer, believe it or not. and i was noticing on the tape the mannerisms of the police officers that were bringing him in. they were extremely, extremely casual. >> right. >> and in my line of work, and i've been a police officer 32 years, i have brought in many murder suspects, i don't ever bring them in casually, i don't ever talk to them, pat them on the back. this thing about them cleaning up on the scene, that's something that's never done. >> paramedics were on the scene. >> warren, isn't that evidence that's what i'm saying, if you've got particularly a murder
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